FRENCH KISSMAS by Cathy Hapka – Teen Review by NYIA

Please welcome our teen book reviewer, NYIA ! She picked out a wonderful romance for Christmas in her favorite place – PARIS 😀

Here’s the book description:

For Nicole Larson, the Christmas season in Paris is more than just a romantic interlude—it’s also a homecoming. Nic studied abroad in Paris a year ago, and is back in town with her friend Annike to spend Christmas and New Year’s in the City of Light. Of course, now that Nic is there, the chemistry she once had with Parisian hottie Luc instantly reignites. But why fuel a romance that has only three weeks to survive? Nic would rather spend time with her new buddy Mike . . . until it becomes clear that Mike is also interested in being more than just friends. With a backdrop of twinkling lights on the Champs-Elysées and Parisian Christmas carols, it’s going to be difficult for Nic to deny the romance around her. . . .

NYIA’s REVIEW

I would rate this book a 3 out of 5 CANDY CANES because while it is a good romantic Christmas story, it is also has some slow places that I had to skip at some points in the book. The story did have a lot of drama and at times I had to a guess at who the main character, Nicole, was going to end up with. The book was descriptive, but didn’t over describe details that didn’t need to be over described, such as clothing and every accessories that each girl is reading. The boring parts of the book usually included when Nicole was on the set filming, the filming days always seemed the same as the last. Overall, this was a good romantic book and I enjoyed reading it.

~ by LM Preston on December 15, 2010.

One Response to “FRENCH KISSMAS by Cathy Hapka – Teen Review by NYIA”

  1. The boring parts of the book usually included when Nicole was on the set filming, the filming days always seemed the same as the last.

    That sounds very reasonable. Film and television sets are amongst the most boring places on the planet.

    The cover is wonderful. There’s a definite hint of 50s film title sequences in the artwork, and it could almost have been lifted directly from a cheesy Doris Day feature. That’s a brilliant touch.

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